Unique Signs…

While on our drive to Sandals Church in Riverside/Moreno Valley California for our brother in law’s funeral we saw this sign that peaked our interest.

When I first saw the sign I read it as burrito crossing…maybe I was hungry.

Glad to see the warning sign meant business. When we rolled down the window to take this shot this wild burro came right up to the window hoping for a little treat!

Linking up to ABC Wednesday for S is for signs and with Signs, signs with Lesley later this week!

We have a big storm pushing through our region with high winds. I hope we don’t lose power before I can visit some blogs…

Update: The winds whipped and howled and our power was out for a full 24 hours. Boy do you appreciate your electricity when it finally comes back on! We played a game of Scrabble with candlelight and found our battery operated radio to get the news about the storm. It was so dark…

30 thoughts on “Unique Signs…

  1. Love it. In our city on one particular road we have Snake Crossing, as in Rattlesnake! And it’s illegal to run them over. Thank goodness I’ve never seen one much less have one come up to the car for a treat! LOL.

  2. On our drive south from our Powell River, BC, home to the States we pass two sign that say “Turtle Crossing.” I’ve never seen one on or beside the road, but if they do decide to cross I’m not sure a driver would see them in time despite the warning signs. – Margy

  3. i don’t know those sings from overhere …. but i ofcourse do hope that the animals cross safe and sound

    Have a nice abc-day/- week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc.-w-team)

  4. A friend of mine saw this same sort of thing when she was visiting down in the States somewhere. Maybe the same place?

    Leslie
    abcw team

  5. Your new friend is so handsome, he looks like he has had quite a few snacks!~smile~
    Praying the storms roll by quickly , with no problems!
    Thank you for your encouragement and prayers!
    Blessings,
    Sue

  6. Lovely…Donkeys, I love them, so cute and often in the UK they make good companions for
    horses. I notice one of your burros has black stripe down by it’s should must have a bit of zebra in his genes. I think donkeys, mules and zebras are all of the same family, wonder where horses and ponies fit in.
    Good pictures.
    Best wishes,
    Di,
    ABCW team,

  7. awww, the cutest thing. 🙂
    when our power goes off, it is always a bit scary in the dark and then a bit fun when we get all the candles lit…and, for some reason, we always get hungry….hahhaa so silly

  8. Wild burros are so cute. Didn’t know there were any in California. You really are getting the weather up there … Too soon! We really can’t do much of anything these days without power. You did well to find the old Scrabble box!

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